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Enable/Disable Reset Case Open Status in BIOS

Enable-Disable Reset Case Open Status

What does it mean by "Reset Case Open Status"? Reset Case Open Status means your computer's side panel/cover has opened by someone. By default "Reset Case Open Status" property is Disabled in BIOS. If any person opens the panel/cover, its property changed to Enabled. When you restart the computer, it gives continuous beep sound to

How to Enable/Disable ACPI during any OS Installation?

How to Enable_Disable ACPI during any OS Installation

What is ACPI? As per wikipedia: In computing, the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) specification provides an open standard that the operating systems can use for computer hardware discovery, configuration, power management, and monitoring. Internally, ACPI exports the available functionalities by providing certain instruction lists as part of the system firmware, which the operating

How Long will Password Take to Crack?

How Many Years Would Your Password Take To Crack

I hope you might be aware that most reputable operating systems, including Windows itself, store your password in an encrypted form, and there's no way to reverse that encryption to discover the original password.  The only option is to simply try every possible combination of password, in what's known as a brute force attack. The

How to Hide Drives in Windows with Command Prompt (CMD)

Hide Drives in Windows

This tutorial will help you to keep your drive safe & secret from other people who also share your Desktop & Laptop. You can also get several free software's on the internet that can hide your computer drive. In this tutorial we will explain this awesome trick with command prompt. There is no need to

How to Enable Copy Paste feature in CMD – Windows

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As you know that by default Windows do not allow users to Copy text and Paste it in Command prompt or Copy some text from Command prompt and paste it some elsewhere. But there is an option in CMD itself that will enable Copy & Paste feature in Windows Command Prompt. This tutorial will help